On September 6, a general strike was announced in large cities of Italy.
In Milan, Rome and Turin, all public transport stopped working, starting from buses, ending with aircraft. Work in the ferry industry was violated in Venice. The promotion will last 8 hours.
Such radical actions of workers with a reduction in the financing of the public sector in Italy are associated. Thus, the country wants to help out funds to get rid of the external debt of the European Union. Of course, the logic of the state is understandable, but why civil servants should pay for debts.
British and Italian airlines have already canceled flights to the largest cities of the Apennine Peninsula. Trenitalia high -speed electric trips were also frozen.
Rome and Naples were left without metro, buses and trams until 17:00, ferries will not walk in other large cities. Workers of various professions take part in the general strike: from pilots and flight attendants, to bus drivers and workers in ports.
Such a radical outcome can very much hit the tourism industry of Italy. Tourists throughout the country cannot use transport services. Everyone who is now in Italy needs to radically reconsider their plans so as not to become a hostage of strikes.